Buffalo Bills: Spencer Brown has unique celebration after being drafted
The Buffalo Bills added to their offensive line in the third round with the selection of offensive tackle Spencer Brown from the University of Northern Iowa. He is without question one of the most athletic tackles in this draft class but he has plenty of development that will need to take place before he is ready to be a starting tackle.
That athleticism was on display Friday night after he was selected by the Buffalo Bills celebrating with a nod to Bills Mafia. Brown climbed up on a chair and proceeded to jump through a table.
This is no small feat for a player who is 6’8″ and 311 pounds but shouldn’t be surprising for a player who was a tight end in high school as well as playing baseball and basketball before going to the University of Northern Iowa.
At the University of Northern Iowa, Brown started two seasons at right tackle but due to the pandemic, he did not play this past year as the school moved the football season to the spring.
This really an ideal landing spot for Spencer Brown because the Bills don’t need him to step into the starting lineup for the next few seasons. Their starters, Dion Dawkins and Daryl Williams, are under contract through the 2023 season. However, they do need depth behind them and that is where Brown comes in for the Buffalo Bills.
The team lost Ty Nsekhe this offseason but did sign free agent Bobby Hart to a one-year deal. It would stand to reason that Hart replaces Nsekhe and Brown would be behind him on the depth chart.
While the Buffalo Bills may not like to see these kinds of videos for players they just drafted, there is no questions this should make Brown a fan favorite and Bills Mafia can’t wait to see him on the field.